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Nayuki to make Japan debut

The Osaka store is slated to open on 4 July.

Chinese tea chain Nayuki is set to open its first store in Japan, the company said in an announcement.

Situated inside the Dotonbori ZERO GATE shopping complex in central Osaka, the new store covers 200 square meters and features a design aimed to match Japan's modern culture whilst retaining its classic interior space.

The Osaka outlet is scheduled to open on 4 July.

"As a brand dedicated to becoming the innovator and promoter of the tea culture, we wish to deliver an exceptional experience for the local residents, one that reflects our passion for creating unique tea-based drinks for tea lovers worldwide," Nayuki founder Peng Xin said.

Offerings in the new store include Nayuki’s signature "Supreme Cheese Fruit Tea", its cold brew tea series and "soft-euro bakes".

"At Nayuki, we are not only producing a product but an all-around experience with which our customers can immerse into the tea culture with new-style tea drinks made possible by the modern techniques and traditional concepts of tea," Peng Xin added.

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